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    Bottled in China
    Demystifying sulfites and the importance of grape quality in winemaking with Michael Brughelli

    Bottled in China

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 23:41


    In this podcast we discuss fine wine production, demystify sulfites and the importance of grape quality in winemaking.Our guest today is Santa Barbara based winemaker Michael Brughelli.A California native, Brughelli  has worked with some of the biggest names and vineyards in Santa Barbara.He was the general manager and winemaker for Ken Volk a decade prior. He then worked at Bien Nacido Vineyard and learned from some of the county's most talented winemakers sourcing fruit from the legendary vineyards of Santa Barbara.He co-founded and was the winemaker for Scar of the Sea. In 2019, he sold his portion of Scar of the Sea back to Guigni to launch his own consultancy.Brughelli is also the winemaker at Folded Hills Winery, Ranch and HomesteadMichael Brughelli founded his eponymous wine brand in 2018. He crafts high-end, allocated Pinot Noir and Chardonnay from Santa Maria Valley currently selling at $200 a bottle. Find out more: https://brvghelli.wineRead about Brughelli's latest release here Since 2016, Bottled in China brings you into the food and drink scene through conversations with the some of the most happening personalities. Hosted by Emilie Steckenborn, the show is your one spot for all things food, beer, wine and spirits from across the world. Connect with us on LinkedIn or Instagram @bottled.in.china Podcast available on iTunes, Spotify , online or wherever you listen to your episodes! 

    Women at WIRC
    Lindsay Helmick | Allen Construction

    Women at WIRC

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 8:34


    Santa Barbara-based Allen Construction focuses on sustainable construction, and they've made it a strong part of their company culture. On this episode of Women at WIRC, CFO Lindsay Helmick talks the benefits of a uniting core value, strengthening it within the company, and women's role in sustainability. "Every year we'll survey what are people excited about. What makes you excited to come to work?" says Helmick. "Number one, two, or three is always going to be being at the forefront of the green building movement by all employees. It really lives and breathes in our culture." Helmick discusses new initiatives, such as a sustainability rating system and company-wide award program, which improves culture and morale. Learn more: Pro Remodeler: https://www.proremodeler.com/ Allen Construction: https://www.buildallen.com/ Women in Residential Construction Conference: https://pbprwomen.com/2022/

    Good Life Conversations with Dean Wilson

    Jordan has an amazing story. Watching his entrepreneurial parents start a company right out of their house and moving up to a global business which he now runs with his sister. What an amazing story! Jordan also cares about his community and is riding the Santa Barbara century to raise money for the Turner Foundation, the organization that bring you Good Life! To learn more about Jordan and give to his cause, you can visit his website! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/goodlifeconversations/support

    Everything is Personal
    Jill Ellsworth has made a career of creating solutions for better living and now she wants to clean your weed with Ozone

    Everything is Personal

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 62:58


    Jill Ellsworth, Founder & CEO of Willow Industries - the first cannabis decontamination company in the country. Fueled by her passion for innovation and dedication to health, Jill Ellsworth has made a career of creating solutions for better living. Prior to launching Willow Industries, Jill founded Vibrant Earth Juices (VEJ), a Santa Barbara-based cold-pressed organic juice company. Jill became passionate about pasteurization techniques, employing High Pressure Processing (HPP) to prevent microbial growth and increase the shelf-life and freshness for her juice line. After seeing the lack of health and safety standards, Jill transitioned into the legal cannabis industry to share her knowledge of food safety with the emerging market. In 2015, Jill founded Willow Industries, the first cannabis decontamination company in the country. Her patented, organic, ozone-based technology, WillowPure, breaks down harmful microbes living on cannabis, without affecting the medicinal properties of the plant, providing cultivators with a solution to ensure patients and consumers have access to consistently clean products. WillowPure systems are being leveraged by cannabis producers and brands in 26 states, Canada and Australia, through long-term leases, a mobile service in Colorado, and WillowPure Processing centers in CA and MA. She serves on the Cannabis Health and Safety Advisory Committee for the City of Denver, is a member of the Technical Advisory Committee for the Cannabis Certification Council, and an author for a soon to be released ASTM International standard.

    American Indian Airwaves
    Manzanar Diverted, & Beyond Missions: The History of the Chumash Nation, PT 1, Segment 2”

    American Indian Airwaves

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 58:45


    Part 1 From the majestic peaks of the snow-capped Sierras to the parched valley of Payahuunadü, “the land of flowing water,” (Owens Valley, CA) Manzanar Diverted: When Water Become Dust is a brand new documentary having its national broadcast premiere on PBS's POV on July 18th, 2022. The film recounts more than 150 years of history, showing how Payahuunadu (Owens Valley, CA) is tied to the city of Los Angeles and how the forced removals of two peoples -the Nüümü (Paiute) and the Newe (Shoshone) who were marched out of the Valley in the 1860s and the Japanese Americans who were forcibly brought to Manzanar from their West Coast homes and incarcerated in a World War II concentration camp are intergenerationally connected. In addition, the film's central character is piyah (water) and the film's narrative weaves the intergenerational telling of settler colonialism violence, stolen waters from the Nüümü (Paiute) and the Newe (Shoshone) nations, cultural genocide, and more given the severe drought impacting Mother Earth and all that she provides. Payahuunadu (Owens Valley, CA) is beginning point of the Los Angeles Aqueduct that channels water to Los Angelenos. Tune in for this and more. Today's panelists discuss not only the film's importance but also how it relates to the ongoing water and environmental issues to protect all life that Mother Earth provides. In addition, there is a July 17th, 2022, Day of Action Impact: Remembering Forced Removals; Uplifting Water and Land Protectors. For information, visit the Manzanar Diverted website. Guests: • Kathy Bancroft (Nüümü [Paiute] Nation), and Anne Kaneko, director and producer of Manzanar Diverted: When Water Become Dust, and Jin Yoo-Kim join us for the first segment of today's program to provide listeners an critical and in-depth and intergenerational history of water in relationship to the Nüümü (Paiute) and the Newe (Shoshone) nation, Japanese Americans incarcerated at Manzanar, the City of Los Angeles, the importance of water as life, the corresponding day of action, and where listeners can watch the film. Part 2 For close to over 50 years, Dr. John M. Anderson has been researching into and writing on the Chumash history and culture since the early 1970s at the University of California, Santa Barbara. His includes the Tejon Reservation in CA and the Treaty with the Castake, Texon, Etc., of 1851 between several California Indigenous nations whose lands range from presently what is known as Santa Maria to Lompoc to Santa Barbara, Ventura, Los Angeles, and Long Beach — and stretching eastward into the Mojave Desert to a point between Barstow and Las Vegas. Marcus Lopez, Chumash nations, and executive director and co-host of American Indian Airwaves starts with part one of our continuing series titled “Beyond Missions: The History of the Chumash Nation” starts with Dr. John M. Anderson. For more information on the Chumash, visit https://johnandersonlibrary.org/ Guest: Dr. John M. Anderson, PhD in Philosophy, historian, and archivist. He has been researching into and writing on the Chumash history and culture since the early 1970s at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Click here for archived American Indian Airwaves programs on the KPFK website within the past 60-days only or click on (below) after 8pm for today's scheduled program. Soundcloud Apple Podcast Google Podcast iHeartRadio Pocket Casts Spotify Podcast Stitcher Podcast Tunein Podcast

    Big Blend Radio
    Debbie Stone - Channel Islands National Park

    Big Blend Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 40:00


    On this episode of Big Blend Radio, travel writer Debbie Stone talks about her adventures in Channel Islands National Park with Island Packers. Touted as the “Galapagos of the North,” Channel Islands National Park is situated in the Pacific Ocean, just off the Ventura coast in California. Comprised of five islands – Anacapa, Santa Barbara, Santa Cruz, San Miguel, and Santa Rosa – and the waters within one nautical mile of each island, the Channel Islands is regarded as one of the wildest National Parks. And it's accessible only by boat. Read her Channel Islands story here: https://nationalparktraveling.com/listing/the-rewards-are-many-for-those-who-make-the-effort-to-visit-the-channel-islands/  Debbie Stone appears on Big Blend Radio every 4th Tuesday. 

    KCSB
    Hundreds Gather in Santa Barbara to Protest Overturn of Roe v. Wade

    KCSB

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 7:08


    Hundreds gathered outside the Santa Barbara Courthouse on Friday, June 24 to protest the Supreme Court's overturn of Roe v. Wade. KCSB's Ashley Rusch takes you through the crowd. Photo Credit: Daniel Huecias Music Credit: Reflectors by Blue Dot Sessions

    R.O.G. Return on Generosity
    90. Jan Siegmund - Lead with Authenticity

    R.O.G. Return on Generosity

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 29:58


    90. Jan Siegmund - Lead with Authenticity “The biggest impact in any organization for your wellbeing is your direct supervisor…a CEO or CFO talking nice words about inclusion are not as meaningful if they don't translate in day-to-day life.” Guest Info: Jan Siegmund is Cognizant's Chief Financial Officer. In this role, he leads the company's worldwide Financial Planning and Analysis, Accounting and Controllership, Tax, Treasury and Internal Audit functions. He also oversees Corporate Development, Investor Relations and Enterprise Risk Management. Prior to joining Cognizant in September 2020, Jan served for seven years as Corporate Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Automatic Data Processing (ADP), a $14-billion global human capital management technology and service provider. Earlier in his two-decade tenure with ADP, he held the roles of President, Added Value Services Division, developing and executing the company's growth strategy, and Chief Strategy Officer, with responsibility for corporate strategy, M&A, government affairs, and product management and marketing. He began his career at McKinsey & Company. Jan is a member of the Board of Directors of The Western Union Company, where he is Chair of the Audit Committee and a member of the Compliance Committee. He holds a master's degree in Industrial Engineering from Technical University Karlsruhe, Germany, a master's degree in Economics from the University of California, Santa Barbara and a doctorate in Economics from Technical University of Dresden, Germany. Favorite Quote: “The important thing in life is not perfection – the important thing is bending the curve towards the better.” R.O.G. Takeaway Tips: Actions we can take as a person:: Clarify answers to these deep questions:What is my authentic voice?  What is my V.I.B.E.? Values, Interests, Beliefs and Energy Sources.  What makes me unique? As a leader: If you are not a member of the LGBTQIA'+  community, and not aware of the realities and truths of associates who are, do your work. Learn. Understand. Glaad: The Value of LGBT in the Workplace SHRM: Ensuring Workplace Inclusion for LGBTQ Employees Out & Equal: 20 Steps to an Out & Equal Workplace  If you are aware and understand, be intentional about signaling your allyship and help others. Perhaps, you don't celebrate Pride month. Be respectful of those who do.  Listen to Episode 86 with H Walker for more. Resources: Jan Siegmund | I AM | Diversity in Leadership | Cognizant Cognizant — Diversity and Inclusion This is what Jan mentions at the end of the interview. The details are shared on our YouTube Channel.  Cognizant Earns Perfect Score in Human Rights Campaign Foundation's 2022 Corporate Equality Index Cognizant on LinkedIn: Driving Forward Diversity, Inclusion, and LGBTQ+ Allyship Coming Next: We are taking our summer break. We will return with episode 91 on August 30.  In the meantime, enjoy past episodes and have a healthy and enjoyable summer. Episode 91 will air on August 30th, with a recap of the first half of 2022 and highlights for the second half. Enjoy the summer! Credits: Jan Siegmund, Sheep Jam Productions, Host Shannon Cassidy, Bridge Between, Inc.

    Imperfect Paradise
    The Forgotten Revolutionary - Part 7

    Imperfect Paradise

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 37:40


    Adolfo learns about the dangers of Santa Barbara's bluffs and gets a second opinion on Oscar's death report.  The Forgotten Revolutionary is sponsored by BetterHelp and our listeners get 10% off their first month of online therapy at BetterHelp.com/imperfect Support for this podcast is made possible by Gordon and Dona Crawford, who believe that quality journalism makes Los Angeles a better place to live. This program is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by the American people. Support LAist Today: https://LAist.com/donate

    Santa Barbara Talks with Josh Molina
    Santa Barbara Talks: Geordie and Josh, Let's Talk About . . . Parenting

    Santa Barbara Talks with Josh Molina

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 100:00


    Geordie Armstrong and Josh Molina meet again for their ongoing series "Let's Talk About . . . Parenting!" Armstrong parents a 15-year-old and Molina has two kids, 16, and 8. The two talk about parenting, from their own perspectives, and recall their own childhood memories and how that affected their approach. In this special episode, the duo discuss childbirth, relatives, schooling, routines, structure, sleeping, and dealing with the parents of their children's peers. Geordie and Josh also talk about their own stories growing up, and what they learned and didn't learn, and how they apply that information and knowledge as adults with their own children. Armstrong also discusses the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to reverse Roe vs. Wade. Geordie Armstrong is a geography professor at Santa Barbara City College. Josh Molina is a journalist and journalism instructor at Santa Barbara City College and Cal State University, Northridge. This podcast is intended to spotlight the views of these two 40-something individuals with similar experiences and interests on a variety of topics. Check out our previous episodes on imposter syndrome, women in science, empowerment and much more. If you like what we do, we are interested in sponsor so we can move the podcast in studio. Future episode topics include discussions on language, virtue signaling, teaching. Email josh@santabarbaratalks if interested in supporting the podcast. Check out Molina's website santabarbaratalks.com. And subscribe to this channel at @Santa Barbara Talks with Josh Molina Find his stories in a variety of places including currently Noozhawk.com and formerly mercurynews.com Armstrong is a full-time teacher at Santa Barbara City College. Check out her article on feminism here: http://www.ayww.org/new-blog/2016/2/2... Thanks for listening and watching.

    Le Chantier
    #23 Carole Tolila - Rénover sa 1ère maison de famille

    Le Chantier

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 100:46


    Bienvenue dans ce nouvel épisode ! Je suis ravie de vous retrouver avec une invitée très spéciale sur le podcast... Je suis sûre que de nombreux d'entre vous la connaissent et sont impatients d'entendre l'histoire de ses travaux ! J'ai nommé... Carole Tolila, présentatrice TV et reine de la Pyjama Therapy, son live déco qu'elle anime tous les jeudis soir sur son compte Instagram.  Carole a rénové sa 1ère maison et je voulais avoir son témoignage sur le podcast depuis un moment. J'étais assez curieuse de connaître son rapport aux travaux, à la déco, à la maison, bref la façon dont elle avait vécu cette expérience, elle qui d'habitude pose beaucoup de questions déco aux autres

    The Indy
    Ep. 56: What does Juneteenth mean to the Black community in Santa Barbara?

    The Indy

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 57:55


    On this episode of The Indy, we host a Juneteenth panel to talk about what the newly recognized federal holiday means to the local Black community. Juneteenth has been celebrated for over 150 years but it was only last year that it became a federal holiday. This week some states have refrained from recognizing and celebrating Juneteenth, even though this is the only holiday on the federal calendar that addresses slavery and emancipation. On this episode, we're joined by Jordan Killebrew co-founder of Juneteenth Santa Barbara, Lawanda Lyons-Pruitt President of the NAACP Santa-Maria Lompoc Branch, and Stirling Nix-Bradley owner of Soul Bites restaurant on State Street to talk about the support and renewal of Black community in Santa Barbara and what kind of conversations around Juneteenth they would like to see happen in the future.Nominations are now open for Best of Santa Barbara, nominate your favorite businesses in over 200 categories at independent.com/bestof2022. Nominations are open now through July 6.Show Notes:All music for this episode written by Molly McAnany.Follow ‘The Indy' on social media @theindypod to be the first to know about new episodes.Special thanks to our co-host for this episode, Professor France Winddance Twine, Ph.D from the University of California, Santa Barbara.Special thanks to our guests on the panel:Jordan Killebrew, Co-Founder of Juneteenth Santa BarbaraLawanda Lyons-Pruitt, President of the NAACP Santa Maria-Lompoc ChapterStirling Nix-Bradley, Owner of Soul Bites Restaurant on StateTo support and donate to the organizations featured on this episode, click the link in bio @theindypod or check out the links below.Donate to Juneteenth SBDonate to the NAACP Santa Maria-Lompoc ChapterGrab a bite to eat at Soul Bites located on 423 State Street to show support for a local, Black-owned business.For further information/resources:What is Juneteenth?The Black Power Mixtape

    KCSB
    The Environmental Implications of ExxonMobil's Recent Lawsuit

    KCSB

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 7:04


    After the Plains All American pipeline spilled thousands of gallons of oil into the ocean off the coast of Santa Barbara in 2015, the Santa Ynez Unit for offshore oil production was shut down. ExxonMobil has repeatedly sought to reopen this unit to no avail, most recently through an unsuccessful lawsuit against the Santa Barbara County Board of Supervisors for voting against their proposal to do so. KCSB's Zoha Malik speaks to Environmental Defense Center's Senior Attorney, Maggie Hall, to talk about ExxonMobil's complaint and why the reopening of Santa Ynez would continue to pose a threat to Santa Barbara wildlife.

    il posto delle parole
    Fabrizio Ardito "Al centro della terra"

    il posto delle parole

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 14:48


    Fabrizio Ardito"Al centro della terra"A piedi sul Cammino Minerario di Santa Barbara in Sardegnaediciclo editorehttps://www.ediciclo.it/Un viaggio attraverso le testimonianze della millenaria epopea mineraria sarda, tra ghost town e miniere dimenticate, con l'azzurro del mare sullo sfondo. Sentieri antichi e cammini percorsi per secoli dai minatori, enormi cantieri che hanno mutato le forme del paesaggio, immersi nel silenzio della macchia o nell'ombra fitta di grandiose foreste. Il cammino dedicato a Barbara, la santa patrona dei minatori di tutto il mondo, si snoda seguendo un anello che ha al suo centro la città di Iglesias, nel sud ovest sardo. Un lungo itinerario a piedi scandito dagli incontri con le memorie – a tratti tragiche, a volte grandiose – della civiltà nata nelle miniere isolane, con le storie grandi e piccole di uomini, donne e bambini che hanno lavorato e lottato, un giorno dopo l'altro, nel cuore di pietra delle montagne. Alla scoperta di un cammino allo stesso tempo antico e moderno che rimane nell'anima per i suoi paesaggi spettacolari, l'impareggiabile ospitalità e il ricordo di una storia secolare.Fabrizio Ardito è un giornalista e fotografo romano, appassionato di geografia e speleologia; da una ventina d'anni ha iniziato ad amare i grandi cammini e le vie storiche, a cui ha dedicato libri e guide per diversi editori. Tra gli ultimi volumi pubblicati: Peregrinos e Cammini di Santiago per il Touring Club Italiano, 111 chiese di Roma che devi proprio scoprire per Emons, Sul Monte Athos, Le Vie di Francesco e Come sopravvivere al Cammino di Santiago, A ciascuno il suo cammino. Scegliere un viaggio a piedi in Italia, Il Cammino dei Protomartiri Francescani e Al centro della terra, Il Cammino Inglese per Santiago a piedi per Ediciclo.IL POSTO DELLE PAROLEascoltare fa pensarehttps://ilpostodelleparole.it/

    Irish Tech News Audio Articles
    TG4 films to receive world premieres at Galway Film Fleadh 2022

    Irish Tech News Audio Articles

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 6:21


    TG4 is delighted that 5 of its projects will be screened at the 2022 Galway Film Fleadh. TG4 and Screen Ireland will also host a networking event at the Fleadh on Saturday 9th July, for Producers interested in creating content in the Irish language. The next CINE4 film, Tarrac, is to receive its premiere at this year's Galway Film Fleadh. It will be screened at the Town Hall Theatre Friday 8th July at 9 pm. TG4 films premiere at Galway Film Fleadh 2022 Tarrac is an intimate character drama set in the Kerry Gaeltacht. Aoife Ní Bhraoin returns home to help her father, Brendán ‘The Bear' Ó Briain, recover from a heart attack. Day to day they get along just fine. As we dig a little deeper we find that there is so much that has been left unsaid about the loss of Aoife's mother. Directed by Declan Recks, written by Eugene O'Brien and produced by Clíona Ní Bhuachalla. The cast includes Kelly Gough, Lorcan Crantich, Kate Nic Chonaonaigh, Kate Finegan, Rachel Feeney & Cillian Ó Gairbhí. Tarrac – Galway Film Fleadh Another from the Cine4 pot is Róise & Frank which will be showing at the Town Hall Theatre at 6 pm on Wednesday 5th July. Róise + Frank is a family film that has been a hit at festivals since its release earlier this year. Awards for the film to date include a Dublin Film Critic Circle Award, Best Ensemble at the Dublin International Film Festival and Audience awards at both the Santa Barbara and Sanoma International festivals. Róise & Frank was written and directed by Rachael Moriarty and Peter Murphy, and produced by Macalla. It's been two years since Róise lost her husband Frank. Isolated by grief, she has cut herself off from family and the village community. The arrival of a mysterious dog, who seems intent on connecting with her, heralds a huge change, but is it for the better? The dog loves hurling and steaks, has a favourite armchair in Rósie's house, and has an aversion to her neighbour, Donncha. Writers: Peter Murphy & Rachael Moriarty. Producer: Cúán Mac Conghail. Cast: Bríd Ní Neachtain, Cillian Ó Gairbhí, Lorcan Cranitch, Ruadhán de Faoite, Michelle Beamish, Claire O'Connor, Peadar Cox & Deaglán de Paor. Róise & Frank – Galway Film Fleadh Cine4 is an Irish language film scheme supported by Screen Ireland, the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland (BAI) and TG4. Other TG4 films to receive Irish and world premieres at this year's Galway Film Fleadh are Aisling Trí Néallaibh and Cathair na Mílte Grian: Aisling Trí Néallaibh – Town Hall Theatre Thursday 7th July 2 pm – World premiere. Aisling Trí Néallaibh (Clouded Reveries) is an intimate exploration of Doireann Ní Ghríofa's world and creative process. It is a film about memories, motherhood and the mysterious nature of creativity. Captured through intimate performances of her own work and in-depth interviews, the film reveals Ní Ghríofa's creative impulses and journeys with her to the heart of her inspiration: her homeplace in Co. Clare. Funded by The Arts Council & TG4 through the ilDÁNA scheme. Director: Ciara Nic Chormaic. Producer: Sharon Whooley. Clouded Reveries – Galway Film Fleadh Cathair na Mílte Grian – Town Hall Theatre Friday 8th July 2 pm- World Premiere. Cathair na Mílte Grian (City of a Thousand Suns) is a cinematic pilgrimage exploring the cultural and psychological impacts of war. Part poem, part elegy, this film forges connections between the inhabitants of two distant cities, Dublin and Hiroshima. Asking the questions: who are we, and how can we remain human in the era of industrial mechanical warfare? Directors: Paula Kehoe & Feargal Ward. Writers: Paula Kehoe & Feargal Ward. Producer: Paula Kehoe. Cast: Marcus Mac Conghail, Kazuyoshi Meiki, Tristan Warner, Aibhe Ní Ghearbhuigh (narrator) & Rióna Ní Fhrighil. City of a Thousand Suns – Galway Film Fleadh Also, screening will be An Buachaill Gealgháireach – Pálás Sunday 10th July 1 pm. An Buachaill Gealgháireach is the remarkable and untold story of a song. An Irish song called “The Laughing Boy” w...

    Peter Alsop's SONGS TO CHEW

        Our SONG TO CHEW this week, USE IT AGAIN, is from my “Grow It At Home" album.  Scott Walker, a social activist from Santa Barbara, called me to see if I had any songs about 'stopping the use of plastic bags in stores'.  The City of Santa Barbara wanted to pass a law to eliminate the use of plastic bags, and encourage shoppers to bring our own cloth shopping bags to the store.  Waste from plastic bags creates serious environmental danger for humans, animals and even plants!  They block stormwater drains and cause flooding during rainstorms.  In landfills they take 400 years to degrade!  Animals get tangled up, and can drown from plastic bags.  Nearly 100 million marine animals die each year directly from eating plastic waste.  Plastic is made from oil and making them uses even more fossil fuel, which adds to our climate problems.  And when plastics break down in our soil, they release harmful chemicals like BPA, that harm the natural microorganisms that many of our plants depend on for survival.  For years we used disposable plastic shopping bags because they were convenient.  We didn't understand how dangerous they were for all of us.  Fortunately, many cities and states have stopped offering plastic bags to shoppers.  Click this link to listen, and please subscribe!  See you next week with another ‘Song to Chew'! ~ Listen and subscribe to "Songs To Chew" = https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/peter-alsop-s-songs-to-chew/id1446179156  ~ CAMPING WITH DADS = https://www.amazon.com/Camping-Dads-Peter-Alsop/dp/B08CS871QW/ref=sr_1_1 ~ www.FaceBook.com/WeLikePeterAlsop ~ www.Youtube.com/peteralsop  = videos ~ www.Patreon.com/peteralsop  = support my music & other artistic endeavors ~ www.peteralsop.com/music  = CDs & downloads

    Get Better at Beach Volleyball
    Episode #25: How to get better AT HOME with Stafford Slick and Katie Spieler?

    Get Better at Beach Volleyball

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 44:48


    Pu'u Muay Thai Podcast
    Ep. 89 - Muay Thai Update From State Street

    Pu'u Muay Thai Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 14:36


    Sponsored by: www.PMTLIFESTYLE.COMOptimize Your Training With: ONNIT Supplements: https://bit.ly/pmt-onnit--In this episode, I cover over the fights from this past weekend our team competed at, CALI Muay Thai Series, at the Burbank, Marriott as well as the other stuff going on with the academy.Limited edition Muay Thai Basketball Shorts Here: https://bit.ly/muaythai-bball--

    Good Life Conversations with Dean Wilson

    Jackie Carrera is the President and CEO of one of Santa Barbara's largest community non-profits. The Santa Barbara Foundation helps connect the right people and resources to the appropriate non-profits in Santa Barbara and the surrounding communities as well as steward the immense amount of data our non-profits collect, creating better reports to inform decision making. An incredibly important job and an incredible leader! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/goodlifeconversations/support

    John & Tammy in the Morning on KSON
    John's Surprise Trip to See Brandi Carlile

    John & Tammy in the Morning on KSON

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 5:39


    A whole lot of people knew that John was headed to Santa Barbara to see Brandi Carlile... except John! He's a MASSIVE fan of Brandi and was devastated when she had to pull out of Stagecoach this year. So how did he react when he finally found out? 

    Art Biz Podcast
    Qualities Galleries Are Looking For in Their Artists with Jeremy Tessmer (#123)

    Art Biz Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 50:56


    If you have ever wanted to shoot the breeze with a gallerist, you will want to pay close attention to this episode of The Art Biz. I'm joined today by Jeremy Tessmer, the gallery director at Sullivan Goss Gallery in Santa Barbara, California. In our conversation, Jeremy shares his views of artist's professionalism, what he thinks of online platforms, and how he taught himself art history (and why that was important to him). Jeremy describes Sullivan Goss as an on-ramp for collectors and artists—one that connects their roster of local, regional, national, and international artists. You'll hear him discuss 3 qualities that he looks for in artists, two of which are non-negotiable, and how he views the artists in his gallery as a family. He says that “dealers should have some sense of responsibility for the well-being of their artists,” and, as you listen to our conversation, you'll understand why that has become so important to him. Highlights The niche that the Sullivan Goss Gallery fills and Jeremy's role within it. (2:37) Sullivan Goss is an on-ramp gallery with the aim of expanding the art world. (7:49) The different art world need to become more aware of each other. (10:05) Jeremy's journey from writer and tech specialist to art gallerist. (14:04) Is it important for artists to be steeped in art history? (23:34) Overcoming the anxiety of influence to connect with other artists. (26:21) The 3 qualities Jeremy looks for in the artists he represents. (33:30) The responsibility a gallery has for nurturing its artists' careers. (36:10) The value of understanding the long game and defining your real interest in an artist's career. (41:11) Things an artist should never say or do to gain the attention of a gallerist. (46:18)   Mentioned Sullivan Goss Gallery Alfred Stieglitz's Gallery- An American Place Milton Avery exhibition at The Wadsworth Atheneum David Zwirner's Platform Harold Bloom's Anxiety of Influence Susan McDonnell Art Sullivan Goss on Instagram @sullivangoss Jeremy Tessmer Arts on Instagram @jeremyarts   The Art Biz Connection Optimize Your Online Marketing   Resources Show notes, images, and listener comments How to Price Your Art free report Art Biz Connection artist membership   Guest Bio Jeremy Tessmer is the Gallery Director and Curator of vintage American art at Sullivan Goss. He has been with the firm almost 20 years, working in every area of the business, including: curation, sales, marketing, and design of everything from exhibition spaces to internal databases and processes. He has special knowledge of the American Modern movement, especially as it occurred on the West Coast. He has also been heavily involved with the gallery's publication program, helping to produce nineteen books and numerous catalogs, including those on local artists Ray Strong and Hank Pitcher.  

    Pacey Performance Podcast
    Jump testing: Looking at metrics that matter and learning from some of the best jumpers in the world with Eric Leidersdorf

    Pacey Performance Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 60:50


    This week's guest on the Pacey Performance Podcast is Eric Leidersdorf, Director of Biomechanics at P3 in Santa Barbara, California. He's been with P3 for nearly 11 years, and he and his team oversee biomechanical assessment processes from data collection acquisition through to analytics. Eric recently earned a Master of Science in Data Science at Columbia University and is leading P3's data analytics efforts to develop new insight into athletic performance and injury mechanisms. Eric is here to talk about his considerable experience in jump testing, including how he first got into the industry and how biomechanical roles are growing in US sport. On testing, Eric discusses why coaches and sports scientists assess jumps and the basis this provides. There's also insight into metrics, including the ones Eric believes matter most, how they connect to performance on court or the field, and how to gather them from athletes performing in different roles and with different body types. Eric also talks about the reliability of assessment tools such as markerless motion capture, and the difficulty of sharing data as a private organisation. Moving onto the training side, we also discuss what other sports can learn about jumping from basketball, and how training is affected by movement strategy. Further expertise comes from Eric's views on countermovement jump strategies, whether testing strategies can be grouped into categories, and how training differs between vertical and lateral jumps. We round out the episode with Eric's views on the future of sports science technology and the future of jump testing, including force plates. For all this and much, much more, hit the play button now. This week's topics: Why we assess jumps and the basis they give us The links between metrics collected and what happens on court or the field The difficulty of sharing data as a private organisation The reliability of assessment tools such as markerless motion capture Eric's view on the metrics that matter, and which ones to measure for different athletes What we can learn about jumping from insights into basketball How training is affected by movement strategy Whether testing strategies can be grouped into certain categories How training differs between vertical and lateral jumps Eric's views on the future of sports science technology The future of jump testing

    Porn Free Radio
    285 - How To Understand Your Sexual Fantasies w/ Drew Boa

    Porn Free Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 66:46


    Drew Boa from Husband Material, is sitting in on Porn Free Radio today. He shares how understanding your sexual fantasies can lead to greater freedom in recovery. Drew is professional coach and podcaster who helps men outgrow pornography. He the author of Redeemed Sexuality and host of the Husband Material Podcast. Drew lives in Santa Barbara, California with his wife and two kids.  https://recoveredman.com/285

    Just Conversations, A Common Sense Way Forward
    Mr. Justin Grant - Solving the world's one problems with one conversation at a time.

    Just Conversations, A Common Sense Way Forward

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 28:40


    Justin S. Grant, entrepreneur, singer, author, and speaker, is a native of Santa Barbara, California. He has led a rich life, with experiences in diverse sectors throughout his journey. He attended secondary school at Thacher in Ojai, California, where he received a vigorous natural, ethical, and academic education in an atmosphere rich in metaphysical traditions.

    KCSB
    Inside IV: Bikes of Summer

    KCSB

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 27:07


    Bicycles are popular in Isla Vista, UC Santa Barbara and across Santa Barbara. On this episode, KCSB's Jennifer Zwigl speaks with AS Bike Shop mechanic McKay Kinzie about his enthusiasm for bikes. You'll also get ideas for keeping your bike in top-shape. Later in the show, Michael Velasquez with Bici Centro Santa Barbara speaks about safety and other tips for using ebikes.

    The Indy
    Ep. 55: Santa Barbara Summer Solstice Celebration

    The Indy

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 32:26


    On this episode of The Indy, we were talking about Santa Barbara's Summer Solstice. Solstice has a long local history, starting in 1974 when street artists decided to put on a parade to celebrate the longest day of the year. This weekend on June 24th and 25th Solstice will be celebrating its 48th year with the theme SHINE. In addition to the parade, which begins Saturday on Santa Barbara Street at high noon, DJ Darla Bea (@darlabea) will be spinning some tunes for a Solstice Block Party this Thursday as a part of the celebration. We sit down with her to talk about her plans for this year's parade performance and the music history of Solstice. Then, Rod Lathim joins The Indy to talk about the musical performance he's producing opening this Saturday at the Marjorie Luke Theatre featuring the Shapeshifters.Nominations are now open for Best of Santa Barbara, nominate your favorite businesses in over 200 categories at independent.com/bestof2022. Nominations are open now through July 6.Show Notes:All music for this episode written by Molly McAnany.Follow ‘The Indy' on social media @theindypod to support.Sources referenced on this episode:About Santa Barbara Summer Solstice 2022DJ Darla Bea's ‘The Soul of Santa Barbara's Summer Solstice Parade' playlistSanta Barbara Super Group Bands Together for Solstice Celebration

    SUMM IT UP
    Curly and Proud with Christin Brown

    SUMM IT UP

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 28:50


    As queer, Black women in the beauty industry dealing with discrimination from clients, Christin Brown and her wife made a business decision not to show their faces on their websites.  But as their business grew, they decided to put their identities at the center of their business. Christin now exclusively styles natural, curly, unmanipulated hair at their Santa Barbara, California salon –  and she couldn't be happier. Christin and Blake discuss the importance of pride in all aspects of your identity - including in your business as a stylist. Plus, a short history of Black hair that you won't want to miss.Follow Christin on Instagram @curlfactor, and find her salon company @fullspiralsalon, and boutique @puralunaapothecary.SUMM IT UP is produced by Andrea Muraskin. Tim Fisk is the executive editor. Find all of our past episodes at summitsalon.com/summ-it-up-podcast, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or your favorite podcast app. Follow Summit Salon Business Center on Instagram @SummitSalon, and on TikTok at SummitSalon. Follow host Blake Reed Evans on Instagram @BlakeReedEvans and on TikTok at blakereedevans. His DM's are always open! You can email him at bevans@summitsalon.com. Visit us at SummitSalon.com  to connect with others in the industry. Sign up for our newsletter, Your Weekly Game Plan to stay on top of our events and trainings.  Get in touch with Summit and let us know what you think of the podcast or what topics you'd like us to cover next.Happy Pride! . 

    Storytelling School
    Why You Can't Lose With Storytelling

    Storytelling School

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 28:07


    I'm at one of my favorite theaters at the end of a long day rehearsing speakers for the TEDx stage. I'm packing up my stuff when Asa, the artistic director of the theater, says to me, “You should try out for our upcoming play this season. We have auditions next week.” Sure, I love the theater. But the last time I was in a play was back in elementary school. I am not an actor! I don't have any acting experience or training or know the first thing about auditions! I tell Asa that I'm planning on sticking to my speaking career. However, she insists that I'd be really good at it and to at least give it a try. One of my favorite things to say - which longtime listeners have heard several times - is, “Things will either go well, or you'll have a story to tell on the other side.”  And that's what I had to remind myself of at that moment. With my heart racing, I tell Asa I'll give it a go... and {spoiler alert} I've been performing ever since. My gentle (or not-so-gentle, depending on your perspective) encourager Asa is my special guest on today's episode. We answer questions such as: What aspects of bringing a character to life are important to storytelling? What small things incorporated into character portrayals can make them unique and identifiable? How can you ensure you always win at storytelling? Along the way, she also shares a “when I got in trouble” story involving her childhood fictional hero Pippi Longstocking, the play she did that necessitated a psychiatrist and the incarcerated to pull it off successfully, and a motto about failure you might want to adopt yourself. What you will learn in this episode: Why it's so important for a character to have an “alibi” Why the way you portray a character can be such a powerful story element What makes a character so much more visible in an audience's mind Who is Asa? Swedish-born actress, writer, and director Asa Olsson has had a passion for the theater since she appeared in Sleeping Beauty as a kindergartener. In her homeland, her long stage and TV career focused on issues around equality and social and political issues. It wasn't long before she realized that experience could serve to help girls and women get their voices heard. Asa immigrated to the U.S. in 1980 where she, her husband Randy, and their five-year-old daughter made the city of Carpinteria, CA their home. She spent over 30 years promoting the performing arts as a board member and the Artistic Director of the Carpinteria Community Theater (now called The Alcazar Theatre), including promoting female voices by building a drama program for girls aged 5 through 18. In addition to promoting the performing arts in her community, Asa has enjoyed working sporadically as an actress in Santa Barbara, College City, and even in her native Sweden. She's also served her community on the socio-political level, spending 10 years as a member of the Santa Barbara Public Health Department which resulted in a public smoking ban in Carpinteria. Links and Resources: The Alcazar Theatre info@thealcazar.org Storytelling School Website @storytellingschool on Instagram @storytellingSchool on Facebook

    KCSB
    Juneteenth Santa Barbara's 5th Annual Block Party

    KCSB

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 4:01


    Juneteenth Santa Barbara observed the Juneteenth holiday by celebrating Black culture and joy, reclaiming the space that is the city's historically Black Funk Zone. KCSB's Daniel Huecias speaks with Jordan Killebrew, cofounder of Juneteenth SB, to discuss the significance of the event's presence in the community.

    The Indy
    Ep. 54: Riding Life's Waves in Santa Barbara

    The Indy

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 22:21


    On this episode of The Indy, we sit down with Shaun Tomson, former World Surfing Champion and Noah BenShea, philospher and best-selling author of 20 books that have inspired many around the world. Together they wrote The Surfer and the Sage: A Guide to Survive and Ride LIfe's Waves which talks about paving a path of purpose in life. On this episode, we discuss their serendipitous collaboration, letting go of the past, and finding connectivity with others. The book was written and published right here in Santa Barbara and they have already begun their local book tour.Nominations are now open for Best of Santa Barbara, nominate your favorite businesses in over 200 categories at independent.com/bestof2022. Nominations are open now through July 6.Show Notes:All music for this episode written by Molly McAnany.Sources referenced on this episode:The Surfer and the Sage TrailerShaun Tomson: Live the Code

    MURDERISH
    Wendy DiRodio: “Deadly Envy” | MURDERISH Ep. 112

    MURDERISH

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 50:49


    At 61 years old, Wendy DiRodio's life was just getting started. An accomplished author, therapist and dance instructor, she was ready to excel in the only part of life where success had escaped her: love. She'd begun dating a handsome younger man; there was even talk of marriage. She was closing escrow on a home near the beach outside of Santa Barbara, California. Wendy loved people―and they loved her back. So when Wendy was stabbed to death in 2009, the community was shocked and confused. Little did they know the killer stood among them. The killer's motive? Envy. Check us out: Visit Murderish.com for more info about the show and Creator/Host, Jami. The website also has links to buy MURDERISH merchandise and become a Patreon supporter. Patrons can get access to exclusive, ad-free episodes. To sign up for Patreon, click “Go Behind the Scenes” at murderish.com OR click here for a direct link to our Patreon page https://www.patreon.com/Murderish. Let's get social: @MurderishPodcast (Instagram & TikTok), @MurderishPod (Twitter), search “Murderish podcast” (Facebook). Sponsors: - Outschool: Visit Outschool.com/murderish & use promo code MURDERISH to save $15 on your child's first class. - Modern Fertility: Visit ModernFertility.com/MURDERISH to get $20 off your first fertility test. - Best Fiends: Download Best Fiends for free on the App Store or Google Play. You'll get $5 worth of in-game rewards when you reach Level 5. - AcornTV: Visit Acorn.TV & use code murderish (all lowercase) to get your first 30 days for free. - Truebill: Visit Truebill.com/murderish to start canceling unwanted subscriptions & save money. - Shopify: Visit Shopify.com/murderish (all lowercase) for a free 14 day trial and access to Shopify's entire suite of features. - SimpliSafe: Visit SimpliSafe.com/murderish to claim a free indoor security camera plus 20% off with Interactive Monitoring. - Daily Harvest: Visit DailyHarvest.com/murderish for up to $40 off your first box. Dirty Money Moves: Women in White Collar Crime: Subscribe now in your favorite podcast app! New episodes drop every Thursday. Click here to listen on Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/dirty-money-moves-women-in-white-collar-crime/id1619521092 Follow Dirty Money Moves: Women in White Collar Crime on Instagram, TikTok and Twitter @DirtyMoneyMoves. Want to advertise on this show? We've partnered with Cloud10 | iHeartRadio to handle our advertising requests. If you're interested in advertising on MURDERISH, send an email to Sahiba Krieger mailto:sahiba@cloud10.fm with a copy to mailto:jami@murderish.com. Sound design: Justin Hellstrom. Music: Some of the music in this podcast was composed by Nico Vettese of We Talk of Dreams Research & Writing: Lincoln Edgemon Remember, listening to this podcast doesn't make you a murderer - it just means you're murder...ish. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    One Life One Chance with Toby Morse
    Episode 175- Chris Shiflett (Foo Fighters)

    One Life One Chance with Toby Morse

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 124:46


    In this Episode Toby sits down with Foo Fighters guitarist Chris Shiflett. They chat about growing up in Santa Barbara, his exposure to punk & love for music, skating & surfing, life in LA & SF, his journey with No Use For A Name to Foo Fighters, balancing parenting with touring life, his love for all types of music & his many side projects.  Please remember to rate, review and subscribe and visit us at https://www.youtube.com/tobymorseonelifeonechance

    The Creative Process Podcast
    Highlights - Chris Funk - Dir., Climate Hazards Center - Author of “Drought, Flood, Fire…”

    The Creative Process Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 12:19


    “I guess the work that we're doing here at the Climate Hazards Center is trying to build out the science to cope with a two-degree world. And I think that we can do that. It's not going to be easy, but I think that's definitely within our capabilities, and it is already making human beings be smarter together in very empowering ways. And these are examples of people in Boulder, Colorado getting ready for the next big flood event and having conversations between the National Weather Service and local communities, or me on a zoom call at seven in the morning with my friends in East Africa as they're getting ready to cope with the next extreme. There are great examples of radio clubs in Niger who are working with their meteorological agencies and local farming communities that are pulling data that we're producing here in Santa Barbara, precipitation estimates, but then using them to decide whether they should fertilize their millet crops or not. And so there are ways that we can counter climate hazards and weather hazards by being smarter.”Chris Funk is the Director of the Climate Hazards Center (CHC) at UC Santa Barbara. He works with an international team of Earth scientists to inform weather and famine-related disaster responses. Chris studies climate and climate change while also developing improved data sets and monitoring/prediction systems. He's the author of Drought, Flood, Fire: How Climate Change Contributes to Recent Catastrophes and co-author with Shrad Shukla of Drought Early Warning and Forecasting. While his research interests are quite diverse, a central theme uniting Chris' work is developing both the technical/scientific resources and the conceptual frameworks that will help us cope with increasingly dangerous climate and weather extremes.www.chc.ucsb.eduwww.chc.ucsb.edu/people/chris-funkDrought, Flood, Fire: How Climate Change Contributes to Recent Catastropheswww.oneplanetpodcast.org www.creativeprocess.info

    The Creative Process Podcast
    Chris Funk - Director, Climate Hazards Center - Author of “Drought, Flood, Fire…”

    The Creative Process Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 37:41


    Chris Funk is the Director of the Climate Hazards Center (CHC) at UC Santa Barbara. He works with an international team of Earth scientists to inform weather and famine-related disaster responses. Chris studies climate and climate change while also developing improved data sets and monitoring/prediction systems. He's the author of Drought, Flood, Fire: How Climate Change Contributes to Recent Catastrophes and co-author with Shrad Shukla of Drought Early Warning and Forecasting. While his research interests are quite diverse, a central theme uniting Chris' work is developing both the technical/scientific resources and the conceptual frameworks that will help us cope with increasingly dangerous climate and weather extremes.“I guess the work that we're doing here at the Climate Hazards Center is trying to build out the science to cope with a two-degree world. And I think that we can do that. It's not going to be easy, but I think that's definitely within our capabilities, and it is already making human beings be smarter together in very empowering ways. And these are examples of people in Boulder, Colorado getting ready for the next big flood event and having conversations between the National Weather Service and local communities, or me on a zoom call at seven in the morning with my friends in East Africa as they're getting ready to cope with the next extreme. There are great examples of radio clubs in Niger who are working with their meteorological agencies and local farming communities that are pulling data that we're producing here in Santa Barbara, precipitation estimates, but then using them to decide whether they should fertilize their millet crops or not. And so there are ways that we can counter climate hazards and weather hazards by being smarter.”www.chc.ucsb.eduwww.chc.ucsb.edu/people/chris-funkDrought, Flood, Fire: How Climate Change Contributes to Recent Catastropheswww.oneplanetpodcast.org www.creativeprocess.info

    Santa Barbara Talks with Josh Molina
    Santa Barbara Talks 118: Jay Higgins

    Santa Barbara Talks with Josh Molina

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 52:58


    Does Jay Higgins have the answers to Santa Barbara's most pressing housing issues? The longtime planner offers his views on housing, a hotel moratorium, commercial vacancy tax and much more in the latest episode of Santa Barbara Talks with Josh Molina. Higgins has spent nearly eight years on the Santa Barbara Planning Commission, one of the most influential boards in the city. He's a UCSB graduate and has an expert mind when it comes to land use and planning. In this conversation, Higgins says he opposes a hotel tax to fund housing and a hotel moratorium, but expresses mild support for a commercial vacancy tax for extreme situations. This is a smart conversation with an individual at the center of the debate about Santa Barbara's future. Please subscribe to this podcast on YouTube and visit www.santabarbaratalks.com to make a contribution to help reach a larger podcast audience. Award-winning journalist Joshua Molina is a journalism instructor at Cal State University, Northridge and Santa Barbara City College. He has more than 20 years of professional experience.

    The One You Feed
    Radhule Weininger on Heart Medicine to Find Peace and Freedom

    The One You Feed

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 54:18


    Radhule Weininger, MD, PHD, is a clinical psychologist, psychotherapist, and meditation teacher. She leads meditation groups in Santa Barbara and retreats globally, at La Casa de Maria Retreat Center, Spirit Rock, Insight LA, the Esalen Institute, and the Garrison Institute. She is the author of HeartMedicine: How to Stop Painful Patterns and Find Peace and Freedom. In this episode, Eric and Radhule discuss psychological and spiritual healing of LRPPs (Long-standing Recurrent Painful Patterns that stem from trauma. But wait, there's more! The episode is not quite over!! We continue the conversation and you can access this exclusive content right in your podcast player feed. Head over to our Patreon page and pledge to donate just $10 a month. It's that simple and we'll give you good stuff as a thank you! Radhule Weininger and I Discuss Heart Medicine and How to Find Peace and Freedom and... Her book, HeartMedicine: How to Stop Painful Patterns and Find Peace and Freedom. "LRPP's" Long-standing Recurrent Painful Patterns of hurt. How LRPPs often originate from trauma in our past Understanding that there are no shortcuts to healing, it takes constant tending How LRPPs can also find meaning and purpose in our lives The obsessive and habitual components of LRPPs Learning to tap into the different types of awareness Psychological and spiritual healing and how they go hand in hand The steps to begin healing our LRPPs Finding a self compassion practice and making it a new habit Allowing mystery into the healing process How our heart can become the doorway to the great mystery Radhule Weininger links: Radhule's Website Mindful Heart Programs Radhule's Meditations Instagram Facebook By purchasing products and/or services from our sponsors, you are helping to support The One You Feed and we greatly appreciate it. Thank you! If you enjoyed this conversation with Radhule Weininger, check out these other episodes: Work That Reconnects with Joanna Macy Inner Freedom Through Mindfulness with Jack Kornfield See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Inside Julia's Kitchen
    Meet Jesse Smith

    Inside Julia's Kitchen

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 57:17


    This week on Inside Julia's Kitchen, Todd Schulkin talks to Jesse Smith, the Director of Land Stewardship for the White Buffalo Land Trust, which develops and promotes regenerative agriculture systems designed to have a local, regional, and global impact. They discuss how White Buffalo Land Trust is putting regenerative agriculture into practice and the challenges of rebuilding our broken food system. Plus, as always, Jesse shares a Julia Moment. To learn more about Figure Ate, White Buffalo Land Trust's food brand, visit www.figureatefoods.com.Photo Courtesy of Jesse Smith, White Buffalo Land TrustThe Julia Child audio clip from The French Chef comes courtesy of the WGBH Media Library & ArchivesInside Julia's Kitchen is Powered by Simplecast.

    l8nightwithchoccy's podcast
    A conversation with Conner "C-STER" Coffin

    l8nightwithchoccy's podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 107:19


    Our guest this week is world tour surfer that grew up in Santa Barbara. People say there issomething special about that part of that Coast of California because it produces Super Stars…..guys like Bobby Martinez, Dana Reynolds, and 3x World Champion Tom Curren. But it is to nosurprise that our guest took a page out Toms playbook displaying speed, power, flow, and ofcourse style that most surfer's only dream to emulate. Aside from all his hard work anddedication….. I am pretty sure his Coach and Mentor….Brad Gerlach had a lot of influence,inspiration, technique advise, and overall development to help shape the surfer he is today.We welcome the ever talented, surfer, musician, entrepreneur, and Top 10 WSL Surfer…Conner“C-STER“ Coffin.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

    Sustainability, Climate Change, Politics, Circular Economy & Environmental Solutions · One Planet Podcast
    Highlights - Chris Funk - Dir., Climate Hazards Center - Author of “Drought, Flood, Fire…”

    Sustainability, Climate Change, Politics, Circular Economy & Environmental Solutions · One Planet Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 12:19


    “I guess the work that we're doing here at the Climate Hazards Center is trying to build out the science to cope with a two-degree world. And I think that we can do that. It's not going to be easy, but I think that's definitely within our capabilities, and it is already making human beings be smarter together in very empowering ways. And these are examples of people in Boulder, Colorado getting ready for the next big flood event and having conversations between the National Weather Service and local communities, or me on a zoom call at seven in the morning with my friends in East Africa as they're getting ready to cope with the next extreme. There are great examples of radio clubs in Niger who are working with their meteorological agencies and local farming communities that are pulling data that we're producing here in Santa Barbara, precipitation estimates, but then using them to decide whether they should fertilize their millet crops or not. And so there are ways that we can counter climate hazards and weather hazards by being smarter.”Chris Funk is the Director of the Climate Hazards Center (CHC) at UC Santa Barbara. He works with an international team of Earth scientists to inform weather and famine-related disaster responses. Chris studies climate and climate change while also developing improved data sets and monitoring/prediction systems. He's the author of Drought, Flood, Fire: How Climate Change Contributes to Recent Catastrophes and co-author with Shrad Shukla of Drought Early Warning and Forecasting. While his research interests are quite diverse, a central theme uniting Chris' work is developing both the technical/scientific resources and the conceptual frameworks that will help us cope with increasingly dangerous climate and weather extremes.www.chc.ucsb.eduwww.chc.ucsb.edu/people/chris-funkDrought, Flood, Fire: How Climate Change Contributes to Recent Catastropheswww.oneplanetpodcast.org www.creativeprocess.info

    Sustainability, Climate Change, Politics, Circular Economy & Environmental Solutions · One Planet Podcast
    Chris Funk - Director, Climate Hazards Center - Author of “Drought, Flood, Fire…”

    Sustainability, Climate Change, Politics, Circular Economy & Environmental Solutions · One Planet Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 37:41


    Chris Funk is the Director of the Climate Hazards Center (CHC) at UC Santa Barbara. He works with an international team of Earth scientists to inform weather and famine-related disaster responses. Chris studies climate and climate change while also developing improved data sets and monitoring/prediction systems. He's the author of Drought, Flood, Fire: How Climate Change Contributes to Recent Catastrophes and co-author with Shrad Shukla of Drought Early Warning and Forecasting. While his research interests are quite diverse, a central theme uniting Chris' work is developing both the technical/scientific resources and the conceptual frameworks that will help us cope with increasingly dangerous climate and weather extremes.“I guess the work that we're doing here at the Climate Hazards Center is trying to build out the science to cope with a two-degree world. And I think that we can do that. It's not going to be easy, but I think that's definitely within our capabilities, and it is already making human beings be smarter together in very empowering ways. And these are examples of people in Boulder, Colorado getting ready for the next big flood event and having conversations between the National Weather Service and local communities, or me on a zoom call at seven in the morning with my friends in East Africa as they're getting ready to cope with the next extreme. There are great examples of radio clubs in Niger who are working with their meteorological agencies and local farming communities that are pulling data that we're producing here in Santa Barbara, precipitation estimates, but then using them to decide whether they should fertilize their millet crops or not. And so there are ways that we can counter climate hazards and weather hazards by being smarter.”www.chc.ucsb.eduwww.chc.ucsb.edu/people/chris-funkDrought, Flood, Fire: How Climate Change Contributes to Recent Catastropheswww.oneplanetpodcast.org www.creativeprocess.info

    The Death Dialogues Project
    Peace & Purpose After Loss: Reid Peterson

    The Death Dialogues Project

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 47:25


    Reid Peterson is the Creator of Grief Refuge, a mobile app that is a daily companion to people in grief. Reid's biological father died in 2006 and his stepfather died in 2016. After losing both father figures in his life, he sought support through community grief counseling and support groups. After realizing comfort and solace could be provided to grievers more consistently, he made the Grief Refuge app to provide support on a daily basis. Reid lives with his wife, Jessica, in Santa Barbara, California. Reid often shares his story of losing both father figures in his life and the grief that comes with living without those important people. Although he was not close to his biological father the way he hoped, Reid still grieves the relationship that he wished he had with him. After his loss, Reid found support through grief groups but wanted more consistent support. This led him to create a grief support app that offers daily audio messages to comfort grieving hearts, soothe anxious minds, and validate people on their difficult journey. Reid has created an open space for his clients to grieve through his companioning support model. This allows them to grieve in the way that's open for them without criticism or judgment. The process gives them the validation they need to work through the hard things and the tools they need to heal. You can find Grief Refuge by searching the name in your mobile app store. Thanks for being here! Please consider subscribing and rating The Death Dialogues Project Podcast to help us get these episodes in front of folks who need them. The book Death and its Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Beautiful Lessons: field notes from The Death Dialogues Project is on sale everywhere you buy your books. Here's one link: https://tinyurl.com/2p9c25rt As the Kiwis say, this project runs on the smell of an oily rag (read: no income or funding)-- the purchase of the very affordable book will go towards costs for running this project. "Just finished this wonderful resource by Becky Aud-Jennison called, Death and Its Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Beautiful Lessons. If you have any desire to learn the effects the death of a loved one has on us, read this book. It is one of those lovely books that combines story, science and the experience of the author to illuminate a profound topic in an understandable way." - Jennifer A. O'Brien, author of Hospice Doctor's Widow --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/deathdialogues/message

    Medicine Path Podcast
    MPP20 Gary Kraftsow: Yoga Therapy & Tantra

    Medicine Path Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 100:54


    Become a member of the Inner Circle and gain early access to new episodes, exclusive bonus episodes and podcast archives.https://plus.acast.com/s/medicinepathOriginally published October 2018On this episode, I speak with yoga therapy pioneer Gary Kraftsow. Gary has been instrumental in the development of yoga therapy in America over the past 40 years. He began his study of yoga in India with T.K.V. Desikachar in 1974 and received his Masters Degree in Psychology and Religion from the University of California at Santa Barbara in 1983. In 1999, he founded the American Viniyoga Institute. Since then, he has become a renowned speaker and teacher and has authored two books that I highly recommend, Yoga for Wellness and Yoga for Transformation.Gary's Website: https://www.viniyoga.comGary's Books: Yoga for Wellness and Yoga for Transformation See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Become a member of the Medicine Path Inner Circle and gain early access to new episodes, exclusive bonus episodes and full podcast archives. https://plus.acast.com/s/medicinepath.

    New Thinking Allowed Audio Podcast
    Shared-Death Experience with William Peters

    New Thinking Allowed Audio Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 76:04


    William Peters, M.Ed., MFT, is a licensed psychotherapist at the Family Therapy Institute in Santa Barbara, specializing in end-of-life counseling as a means toward psycho-spiritual evolution. He is author of At Heaven's Door: What Shared Journeys to the Afterlife Teach About Dying Well and Living Better. He is the founder and Executive Director of the … Continue reading "Shared-Death Experience with William Peters"

    Re|flections
    Mirrors Vol. 61 | Felly Fell

    Re|flections

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 84:43


    Joining the family this week we welcome Felly Fell, delivering a solid blend of melodic, breaks and grooving vibes, enjoy! -- Follow @fellyfell805 https://www.instagram.com/fellyfell_ -- "Mackenzie Fell, aka Felly Fell, is a DJ and music producer from Santa Barbara, CA. She enjoys cultivating an environment for connection and self-expression through music and experiences. Felly got her start DJing on air at KCPR, Cal Poly SLO Radio, while hosting gatherings as a co-director of SubSessions Arts and Music Collective. She went on to start producing her own music and performing at festivals such as Lucidity, Shabang and Curiosity. Felly aims to take listeners on a journey through a range of sounds from house and disco to breaks, techno & electro. This mix curated for ReflectionsFM is an exploration of the state of mind through melodic techno into acid breaks and ending with dreamy, ethereal breakbeats." -- Tracklist: 1. Luvr Boy - Tragedy Spring @luvrboy909 2. Fauna - Lessons of Nature @FAUNALOVE 3. Fio Fa - Sunday Pledge 4. Eamonn Doyle - F8 and Be There 5. Swoose - Bloom 6. Roza Terenzi, jd - Memories Of the Secret 7. Brick - Radio 89 @brick909 8. Heritage - The Revelation 9. SALOME & VOLRUPTUS - SKREEMSLI (მონსტრი) 10. Logic1000 - Medium 11. Mr. Ho, Mogwaa - Bail-E 12. J Wax - The Way 13. Overmono - Daisy Chain 14. Kilig - A Little Chemistry 15. Justin Jay, Edward White - Only You 16. Ross From Friends - Epiphany 17. DJ Seinfeld - Electrian 18. Floating Points - Last Bloom 19. Sansibar - Plastic Flight 20. Rusko - Love Is Real

    New Books Network
    On Early American Yoga

    New Books Network

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 59:30


    Philip Deslippe is a historian of American religion with a background in American Studies and literature. His research focuses on Asian, metaphysical, and marginal religions in modern America. Philip is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Religious Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara and writing a dissertation on the early history of yoga in the United States from the mid-nineteenth to mid-twentieth century.   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network